Why have the world’s leaders acted in lockstep to destroy the economies of their own nations? Why have they continued to panic about a virus which we knew by May of 2020 was nowhere near as dangerous as initially feared.
I strongly suspect that they came to the belated realization that the existing fiat ‘money’ system is collapsing – it has been doing so since the turn of the 21st century. It almost fell over in 2008, but central bank action managed to push it further into the future. But the jig was up; fiat could not be saved; a collapse of fantastic proportions could not be avoided as a worldwide system, built upon debt, collapsed.
World leaders were briefed on the situation.
The plan was that a pandemic would be organised that would be severe enough that businesses would need to be closed down. This would cause the collapse of the world economy. Thus, the virus, not fiat money, could be pointed to as the cause of the collapse. And the finger could be pointed at China, not Western banking interests.
But there was a problem…
The virus did not turn out to be anywhere near as deadly as it was supposed to be. Death rates had to be exaggerated; test rates had to be falsified and, worst of all, the injections designed to fight the virus, turned out to be demonstrably more dangerous than the virus itself. Amongst their deadly side effects are infertility; now isn’t that convenient Bill? The proponents of lockdowns began to look, at best, silly.
The grand solution that was planned by our self-elected elites (George Soros, Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates etc.) is stupid to the point of being almost beyond belief. That is because its proponents and supporters are either in the negative I.Q. band, or of an evil inclination – yes, a few such people do exist. Western Civilization, despite at its zenith attaining to unprecedented altitudes of human existence, has always had some unusual quirks. One of which was the 20th century notion that the measure of greatness has a dollar sign before it.
Their ‘solution’ is ‘Build Back Better’, an advertising slogan with the pizzazz of a minor government department in the old USSR. They believe that faceless apparatchiks can centrally plan a world economy with boundless prosperity for all – hurrah, hurrah roared the crowd.
Make sure that you have a well-hidden stock of dried foods and medicines. Build Back Better will Make Mass Misery.